Disasters can strike at anytime and anywhere. They may take many forms: a hurricane, a tornado, a flood, a fire or a hazardous spill, an act of nature or an act of terrorism. It may build over days or weeks, or hit suddenly, without warning. Every year, millions of Americans face disaster, and its terrifying consequences. Quite often, Bradley County residents also become victims of these events.
Our hope is that you will find this site useful in finding information related to the types of emergencies and hazards that our community may face and information on preparing your family for these.
Please feel free to contact our office at (423) 728-7289, or e-mail us from the "Contact Us” page, if there are questions concerning these topics and our staff will be happy assist you.
The mission of the Cleveland-Bradley County Emergency Management agency is to provide the highest level of emergency preparedness to the citizens of Cleveland and Bradley County as they face new challenges in the 21st century. Working as inter-agency coordinators in partnership with local, state, federal and private entities, we seek to provide comprehensive emergency response, hazard planning and disaster mitigation to Cleveland and Bradley County.
The Cleveland / Bradley County Emergency Management Agency is an independent department of Bradley County Government, responsible for emergency management activities in Bradley County, and the Cities of Cleveland and Charleston, reporting to the Bradley County Mayor.
Emergency Ops Center - March 2012 Tornado
2012 Sequoyah Decon Drill
Emergency Alert Notification
"The Salvation Army is a proud partner in emergency preparedness by providing funding
for the Nixle public notification system."